Dangerous Ends

Defer no time, delays have dangerous ends.”

William Shakespeare

Dangerous Ends
(one line story)

Hey, did you fix the roller-coaster like I asked?

Loophole at the End

To come to a head or an end
is a fear I can not overcome
If I can contrive to never arrive
I believe I can eternally survive

Senryu: Every School Assignment Ever

it is the last night
to complete my assignment
this will not end well

Scientists researched the concept of procrastination and CONCLUDED in a 2007 study that procrastination is β€œto voluntarily delay an intended course of action despite expecting to be worse off for the delay.”

Weekly Theme:
Procrastination Week

12 thoughts on “Dangerous Ends

  1. I kept thinking there was something I was supposed to buy. Oh well guess it can wait. Oh no!!! The coffee is out!! 😩These were really go examples, well done twisty. πŸ˜‰πŸ’™

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  2. Hi mouse,

    Funny how procrastination works, especially now when my perception of time is warped.

    I thought today was Sunday. I’m either behind or ahead of myself! Great pieces.

    Enjoy your week. πŸ˜€

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    1. Hi eden
      Thank you.
      I know what you mean. Think I lost days of the week with quarantine.
      Now that I’m back at work I see it written everywhere.
      Hard to procrastinate when you keep getting slapped in the face with the deadline.
      Have a good week πŸ˜‰

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  3. Some fun poetry! I think that procrastinators are very adept at calculating the cost-benefit ratio and choose the minimum cost that will still provide a minimum benefit.

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